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Between the Synapse

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August 21st 2014:The Separation of Race and Justice

The shooting of Michael Brown ignited not only protests and conflict in Ferguson, Missouri but a national discussion on the separation of race from justice. What the facts ultimately reveal, while important, won't alter the view of many African Americans that law enforcement provides more concern than security. How did we get here and what do we do now. Joining Between the Synapse to discuss these issues is past chair of the Texas Legislative Black Caucus and community leader Rep. Garnet Coleman. Don't miss this episode!

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State Rep. Garnet Coleman (D-TX)

Since 1991, Garnet Coleman has continuously represented Houston's 147th District in the Texas House of Representatives, earning the reputation as a leader in the areas of health care, economic development and education. He currently serves as the Senior ranking member of the Public Health Committee as well as Chairman of the County Affairs Committee. Twice named to Texas Monthly's Ten Best Legislators List, Representative Coleman also serves as a member and past chair of the Texas Legislative Black Caucus. Raised in Houston, Coleman attended Howard University in Washington, D.C. and in 1990 graduated cum laude from the University of St. Thomas. He also completed the prestigious Harvard Un
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